Celtic Thunder Is Coming - Reserve (or Win) Seats Today!
Posted on 05 Nov 2012
Theres nothing on earth quite like a man who can sing tenor, lead, bari or bass, whos going to be particular? But, I have to say, its especially wonderful when the man who can sing also happens to be Irish. (Or in Georges case, Scottish.) Call me a sucker for the accent, but those pure, sweet tones and beautiful vowels cut a path straight to my heart. Feel the same? Celtic Thunder is coming to Little Rock on Thursday, November 15, at 7:30 p.m. Write a letter telling your favorite member why you love his music, and you could win a copy of Celtic Thunders latest CD and tickets to the show!
Whether youre simply a fan of the specials or a devoted Thunderhead, this tour is not to be missed! Were holding the special, best of concert in Robinson Center Music Hall before Celtic Thunder retires the set list, and tickets are available exclusively through the AETN Foundation. Because none of this would be possible without the support of our viewers, were excited to share the love!
So how will we go about sharing? We want to give tickets away to Celtic Thunders biggest fans, so weve created a special contest! Youll get a chance to show Celtic Thunder your admiration by writing a special (G-rated) love letter to your favorite member. While itd be easy to keep writing, were looking for entries that are two pages or less telling your favorite Celtic hunk why hes earned your special adoration. Dont be afraid to do your research! (After all, these talented gents are more than just pretty faces.)
Once youve finished writing, email your letter to email@example.com or address it to:
Celtic Thunder Love Letter Contest
C/o Katie Culpepper
Arkansas Educational Television Network
350 S. Donaghey, Ave.
Conway, AR 72034
Well select and announce the lucky winners Monday, Nov. 12, to give everyone plenty of time to get ready for the main event.
If, however, you arent willing to leave your chance of seeing your favorite Celtic singers up to chance, you can easily secure a seat for a birds-eye view of the dramatic solos, compelling ensembles and comedic acts through the AETN Foundation. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis with prices ranging from $45 to $150. Check out additional information and reserve your seats at aetnfoundation.org/boxoffice or by calling 1-800-662-2386. We look forward to seeing you there!
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